VACSATC (vaccine safety: attitudes, training and communication): why such a project?
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Eurosurveillance: European communicable disease bulletin / European Communities. Commission; Communautés européennes. Commission. - Saint-Maurice
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University of Antwerp
The Vaccine safety: attitudes, training and communication (VACSATC) project was established in 2006 to study perceptions of immunisation and vaccine safety, to improve training of healthcare professionals on vaccine safety and to improve the availability of information on vaccine safety on the internet that adheres to good information practices. The three year project is funded by the European Commission's Directorate General for Health and Consumers and by the partners. The project complements the activities of the Vaccine Safety Net project and the Vaccine European New Integrated Collaboration Effort (VENICE) project.